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    Kumikata

    Post by noboru on Tue Oct 28, 2014 12:59 am

    Kumikata (form/type of grip) - japanese ways how fight for grip - very nice videos

    MASTERCLASS SOBRE KUMIKATA EN JAPON
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2jwi_JW3nQ


    Exist next two videos from this autor (it is from any DVD series):
    MASTERCLASS DE TACHI WAZA EN JAPON.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qzc7saZNfKs

    MASTERCLASS DE NE WAZA EN JAPON.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObNljDhZxC4
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    Ilias Iliadis and his kumikata

    Post by noboru on Fri Nov 07, 2014 8:27 am

    Here are some interesting videos with kumikata explanations from famous and very strong Georgia/Greece judoka Ilias Iliadis (Olympic champion, 3 times World Champion). He has very good fighting for grip and he uses it for his very nice Koshi waza techniques.

    Ilias Iliadis - Eri-seoi-nage -  Kumikata and Eri Seoinage


    Other kumikata video with Ilias Iliadis


    [JUDO] Ilias ILIADIS - Grip Fighting


    Not kumikata video, but very interesting - Ilias Iliadis - O-tsuri-goshi, Ko-tsuri-goshi, O-goshi
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    Judo - Kumi-kata (Gripping) compilation demonstrated by Misaki Iteya (JPN)

    Post by noboru on Fri Nov 28, 2014 9:05 pm

    Judo - Kumi-kata (Gripping) compilation demonstrated by Misaki Iteya (JPN)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mir3y8eY8dw

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    Re: Kumikata

    Post by Davaro on Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:49 am

    Interesting perspective about kumi kata. I found it helpful as he seems to favor the same grip that I do.

    Off the point, but I recognize that dojo as being the one at the Welsh Sports Center/institute in Cardiff? (I think that is what it is called)

    Lovely place - had the chance of training there with Sensei Alan Jones in 2012. This video brought back some nice memories.


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    Aiyotsu vs. Kenka yotsu from Judo channel

    Post by noboru on Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:58 am

    The japanese view about Kumikata from judochannel - Ai yotsu vs. Kenka yotsu

    Aiyotsu  (Same grip used by both persons)
    http://www.judo-ch.jp/english/dictionary/terms/aiyotu/

    The Aiyotsu is the basic Judo fighting stance, with both opponents using their same hand (right or left) as their Hiki-te (Pulling hand). A stance in which both contestants grasp the opponent's left sleeve with their right hand is called a "right grip", and the reverse is called a "left grip".


    Kenka yotsu (Asymmetrical grips by the two opponents)
    http://www.judo-ch.jp/english/dictionary/terms/kenkayotu/

    The best mutual Kumi-te for the contestants are the right natural posture right-side grip (with right hand as the Tsurite [Lifting hand]) and the left natural posture left-side grip (left hand is the Tsurite [Lifting hand]), which are known as the Kenka-yotsu (Asymmetrical grips by the two opponents) stance . Compared to the Aiyotsu (same grip used by both persons), the Kenka-yotsu (Asymmetrical grips by the two opponents) leaves more space between the contestants, making it more difficult to apply a Waza. Applying a Waza from this stance requires a prior maneuver such as a feint, etc.

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    Re: Kumikata

    Post by tafftaz on Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:00 am

    Davaro wrote:Interesting perspective about kumi kata. I found it helpful as he seems to favor the same grip that I do.

    Off the point, but I recognize that dojo as being the one at the Welsh Sports Center/institute in Cardiff? (I think that is what it is called)

    Lovely place - had the chance of training there with Sensei Alan Jones in 2012. This video brought back some nice memories.


    Spot on Dav. Welsh Institute of Sport. Good coach Alan, and a good wrestler in his own right.
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    GO TSUNODA KUMI KATA

    Post by noboru on Thu Jun 18, 2015 11:29 pm

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    Re: Kumikata

    Post by Ben Reinhardt on Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:10 am

    In the Iliadis videos,thee are quite a few two on one grip breaks, no longer legal in IJF competition. Which means basically everywhere...


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